Hard to Fall Off NFL Coaching Carousel

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It’s almost impossible for an NFL coach to draw unemployment — not because of the fiscal cliff, but because it’s almost impossible for an NFL coach to remain unemployed.

The league’s coaches are all part of one big game of musical chairs. Occasionally one doesn’t find a spot when the music ends, but most do, sometimes almost immediately.

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